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  1. I am not too certain what's happening, but from what I know, Post Effects = after rendering scene = will be on top. You didn't specify what your depth is doing, so I am just assuming that the post effect is rendering on top of everything. If it's backwards, then that'll be odd.
  2. Google didn't mess me up. I just got the Russian Yes and the German Yes confused and decided not to edit after. I didn't use any translation thing, except after I wrote it to ensure the meaning was the same (when to English). Google said the rest of it was what I intended. If Google lied, let me know. Jetzt, spreche ich besser Japanisch als Deutsch.
  3. I'm going based off the manual but check to ensure which meshes are rigid bodies, which ones are intended to be static (non-moving) and otherwise ensure your props have the right physics property applied to them. Some of this might be in relation to the automatic mesh collider generation (name a limb collisionhull vs collisionmesh or whatever it said, depending on if you want a static or mobile thing). Also, turning on gravity might be a great way to see if your prop is intended to be a part of the map or not. Or... it'll just fall regardless... idk. Haven't messed around with it that muc
  4. Da, Englisch ist leichter. Aber Google Translate sehr wohl ist. Quadro 1000m ist sehr alt. Vielleicht Sie wollen sowas neu? Mein Deutsch ist sehr einfach. Ich hab nichts seit 15 Jahre studiert. I apologize if I am confusing.
  5. Yeah I don't know how my head went to VR. As for UAK, the marketing material talks about unifying multiple things, so I thought iOS and similar. Qt used to work but then they went all commercial and there's no point unless you're writing enterprise apps. So this may be a nice alternative from those expensive ones. Telerik is... a different market altogether, but similar idea
  6. Ah ok, for VR then. I got a few VR devices, which is partly why I'm getting familiar with engine
  7. Hey Josh! I don't mean to burst your bubble so I'll try to word this as neutrally as I can. As an iOS developer, I worked on games for Big Fish in 2010. We created custom views such that, we literally had to write no new code until we got to a puzzle. In other words, we made 30+ scenes per game doing nothing more than drag and drop, using pure native tools (on top of bugs). Android is a bit less functional, but can do custom views its own way, also reducing code. This includes complex things with see-thru and interaction. We also used similar at other jobs. When you get into Swift UI
  8. The old Windows Game Programming for Dummies came with a demo disk. On it was a 2d game with planets where you'd fire things and they had gravity behaving the way you're describing. Unfortunately, the game was named something that's also a popular name for other games. Of which I forgot the exact name of. I believe it was "Deadlock", even though that's also a 4x game that I happen to have played as well. If anyone can find that game, you might have a lead on the type of math you need. Of course, it's just math, and if you can recreate a gravity equation, which I believe is the same as the
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